I work on data from a cohort study (n = 3100). We want to compare outcomes of individuals with a special condition (n = 300) and their matched controls. I estimated propensity scores and used genetic matching in order to create a 2:1-matched data set. Because baseline covariates are quite imbalanced, I turned to matching with replacement, which led to much better post-matching balance of covariates.
Now, I want to perform survival-analysis using the Kaplan-Meier-Estimator. My question is: How do I account for the fact, that multiple control subjects are used several times in the control group? Simply put, can I draw "normal" KM-plots using all the "duplicates" in the control group? I know one has to factor in the weights assigned to these control subjects when calculating treatment effects. What I don't understand, however, how one is supposed to account for these dependencies when performing survival analysis.